“In 2014, the Novosibirsk police received an application about disappearance of a man born in 1962 from his brother. The missing man was put on the federal missing persons list. The police opened a missing person case on the fact of the man's disappearance. Policemen carried out appropriate measures to establish the location of that citizen. His detailed description was sent to all regions of the Russian Federation,” said Russian MIA official representative Irina Volk.
In March 2017, the Novosibirsk police received information that the missing man had been staying in the Republic of Kazakhstan. His relatives identified him by the photo, but the man was unable to return at home immediately because he had no identity documents.
Employees of the internal affairs bodies together with the police of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Consulate in Kazakhstan are currently settling the issue of providing temporary documents to that citizen to transport him to his place of residence accompanied by law enforcement officers. Novosibirsk policemen will meet him on the border and deliver him at home.
“Upon arrival to Novosibirsk, the man will be questioned by the police so as to establish all circumstances of his disappearance and the place of his staying during the search period. The information about possible unlawful actions committed against the searched man will be carefully checked together with the police of the Republic of Kazakhstan,” added Irina Volk.
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